Terror survivors demand mental health reforms five years after Manchester Arena attack | ITV News

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A network of survivors of terror attacks has told ITV News there needs to be urgent changes to how they are cared for in the aftermath of an attack.

This weekend marks the fifth anniversary of the shocking terror attack at the Manchester Arena in which 22 people were killed when an Ariana Grande concert was bombed.

For those caught in these extreme events, which in recent years have taken place in Manchester, London and overseas, it’s a reminder of grief, trauma and reflection.

Read more here: https://www.itv.com/news/2022-05-20/terror-attack-survivors-demand-urgent-mental-health-reforms

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